30 Apr '17, 7am

An output of a truly random process

At first glance, the output of situation 1 looks like resulting from a random process. Situation 2 definitely doesn't look like it. Situation 3 is harder to judge. If you look at the proportion of the output numbers, the frequency of each output number of situation 3 definitely follows a uniform distribution of a fair dice. But if you look at the number ordering, situation 3 follows a well-defined ordering that doesn't seem to be random at all. Therefore, I don't think the output of situation 3 is following a random process.

Full article: http://horicky.blogspot.com/2017/04/an-output-of-truly-ra...

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